Wrapping up the week in the BenGil area with pictures!
Week of November 20
Haylie Kirkwood sets a screen for Loni Nicole Manalia in their tournament game against Southwestern. The girls went on to take fourth place in the tournament.
Firemen and local volunteers hang Christmas lights on Macoupin Street in Gillespie.
Lights were replaced on the outdoor sign at Tina Olroyd's office in Gillespie. Tina Olroyd is a financial representative for Country Financial.
Julie Heyen and young daughter shop at Dee-Dee's Designs on Saturday. Saturday was 'Shop Small Saturday' for Macoupin County.
Santa stoped by Benld Public Library on Saturday to take pictures with the young and the old.
Jered Martin attempts to take a charge in the boys tournament game against MELHS. The boys went on to take 8th place in the tournament.
The Benld City Council accepted Jim Savant's resignation withdrawl 6-0.
Christmas decorations find their place on the light poles in downtown Gillespie.
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